The items below will supplement the references given in George
Santayana: A Bibliographical Checklist, 1880-1980 (Bowling Green:
Philosophy Documentation Center, 1982) prepared by Herman J.
Saatkamp, Jr. and John Jones. These references are divided into primary
and secondary sources. Except for the manuscript collections in libraries
and the book reviews, the following articles and books are classified
according to their year of publication. Readers with further information
or corrections are invited to send these to Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.,
Santayana Edition, Goodwin Hall, Texas A&M University, College
Station, Texas 77843-1588.
A special note of thanks is extended to George M. Barringer, Special
Collections Librarian, and to Nicholas B. Scheetz, Manuscripts Librarian,
at Georgetown University, for the list of their Santayana Collection.
(Written permission for photocopies, or publication of any Santayana
materials must be obtained from Santayana's literary executrix. Contact
Mr. Scheetz for information.)
PRIMARY SOURCES IN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
George Santayana Holdings
from the Mark Lauinger Library
of Georgetown University
Box 37445, 20013
Washington, D.C. 20013
I. Santayana's own copies of his published works1
Character and Opinion in the United States. London: Constable, 1920. A few
marginal comments, numerous excisions of text.
The Life of Reason: Introduction and Reason in Common Sense. London: Constable,
1914. Marginal comments and notes at end, numerous excisions of text.
The Life of Reason: Reason in Art. London: Constable, 1914. Marginal comments,
numerous excisions of text.
1 These volumes were apparently used in the preparation of the volume Little Essays
Drawn from the Writings of George Santayana (1920), selected by Logan Pearsall Smith but with
the text constructed by Santayana. Cf. the manuscript at the head of section II.